Arwen Lee CW

Rookie (06-08-1983 / Kuantan, Malaysia)

I Scribble A Snipet Of Sentimentality - Poem by Arwen Lee CW

Long gone the oath that once sworn
A final toast to the love that is dead
Flowers of tenderness withered on their stalks
Seeking oblivion of the past
And muffle the calls from my innermost sorrow
I let black wings of pain scatter my day
With a broad smile I say goodbye
Not going into reenactments of the past
My heart in exile will drift afar
I keep hopeless nostalgia to myself
Put hope in the merciness of ruthless time
I dip my emotion in the ink of tears
scribble a snipet with a touch of sentimentality.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 24, 2011

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